Public and yet not so completely. An irony, for sure. Fare Fixation Committee’s report on Mumbai Metro fares has been made public, but hasn’t been shared with the public.
In a major relief to lakhs of commuters, the Mumbai Metro One Pvt. Ltd. has decided to freeze the existing fare structure till October 31, though the Fare Fixation Committee has permitted a fare in the band of Rs.10-110, an official said here on Monday.
Monday and Wednesday are crucial for Metro commuters, as the contentious Fare Fixation Committee (FFC) report will be tabled in Monday’s board meeting of Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL) and the Supreme Court will hear the petition on fares on Wednesday.
Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) officials seem to be unhappy with the report submitted by Fare Fixation Committee to Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL) which might allow the operator of the 11.07 Km Versova Andheri Ghatkopar metro line
The Maharashtra State information Commission has brought Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL) under the ambit of the Right to Information (RTI) Act by declaring it a public authority.
Calling the Metro an important public service, the Maharashtra Information Commission Thursday ruled that the Reliance Infrastructure-led Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd (MMOPL) was a public body and brought it under the purview of the Right to Information (RTI) Act.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today did not stay the fare hike, effected by Reliance Infrastructure-led Mumbai Metro One Private Limited, for metro commuters in that city and asked the Centre-appointed panel to decide the fare issue by April end.
Mumbai Metro One Private Limited (MMOPL) should be considered a public authority, that is, under the purview of the Right to Information act.